Hills of Narlai

Narlai Tours and Travels

About Narlai

The location of Narlai has been of much importance due to the flora and fauna that has grown there. It lies in between Udaipur and Jodhpur.

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Narlai is one amongst the lesser known destinations of Rajasthan and as a result is a less touristy place to visit. Also known as Rawal Narlai, Narlai is situated at the foot of the Aravali Hills. The place is dotted with caves and temples which are the most attractive features of Narlai. Rawals in the area are essentially homes of the village chiefs. This is one of the most beautiful yet under rated destinations and it is possible to trek into the Aravali Hills.

The temple of Adinath is very old and the outer ‘Mandap’ of the temple has beautiful mural paintings on its ceiling which still retain their original splendour. Opposite Rawla Narai hotel is a mammoth granite rock with a small temple on top. There is also a good baori (step-well) in Narlai and several old temples.

The beautiful Jain temples of Ranakpur close by, as is Kumbalgarh Fort, built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century and is the second most important fort in Rajasthan after the Chittorgarh Fort.

The Fortress of Narlai offers amazing views of the single volcanic rock and is dotted with caves and temples.

Narlai Hotels

If you are planning a Narlai holiday, have a look at some of the accommodation that we recommend. 'Our Rating' indicates how we feel each property rates according to normal Western hotel standards. 'Local Rating' indicates how the property is categorised/rated locally:

Rawala Narlai Narlai

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Rawala Narlai is a 17th century fortress with comfortable rooms and modern bathrooms, whilst offering a warm and homely atmosphere.

Narlai Tailor made suggestions

Here are some of the recent tailor made itineraries we have created for our clients which include a visit to Narlai.

Other Places to Visit in India

Central India

Indian Himalayan Region

North East India

North India

Rajasthan

South India

Western India

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